This is the KRDK Quest TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Fargo. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|5:00 AM||Mm: Engineering Disasters |
|6:00 AM||Mm: Engineering Disasters |
|7:00 AM||Dogfights |
The air battles during the invasion of Guadalcanal in 1942 are chronicled. Included: the efforts of Maj. John L. Smith, Capt. Jeff DeBlanc and 1st Lt. James E. Swett.
|8:00 AM||Dogfights |
Recalling Lt. Cdr. Richard W. Schaffert's solo battle against four MiG fighters in 1967 during the Vietnam War.
|9:00 AM||Command Decisions |
|9:30 AM||Command Decisions |
The Battle of Iwo Jima is recalled.
|10:00 AM||Command Decisions |
The Battle of the Bulge, fought in 1944, is recalled.
|10:30 AM||Command Decisions |
Operation Desert Storm, which began in 1990, is recalled.
|11:00 AM||Unsolved History |
Examining the San Francisco earthquake, which destroyed most of the city, causing massive fires. Also: the 1989 quake.
|12:00 PM||Engineering an Empire |
The engineering achievements of the Persian Empire are explored. Included: the Mausoleum of Maussollos; a water-management system; a cross-continental paved roadway; and a canal connecting the Nile and the Red Sea.
|1:00 PM||Engineering An Empire |
|2:00 PM||Engineering an Empire |
The wonders of the Carthaginian Empire are explored, including a circular harbor. Also: a profile of military commander Hannibal Barca.
|3:00 PM||Engineering an Empire |
The engineering marvels of China are explored, including the Great Wall and their naval fleet.
|4:00 PM||Engineering an Empire |
The architectural and engineering wonders of the Maya are explored. Included: the pyramids at Tikal; the royal tomb at Palenque; and the Chichen Itza observatory.
|5:00 PM||Engineering an Empire |
The engineering wonders of the Aztecs are explored. Included: the capital city of Tenochtitlan, which was built on Lake Texcoco.
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